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(linux_command_line)-> RPM commands, full list of rpms installed submited by Russell Fri 03 Jun 05
Edited Wed 01 Feb 06
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To get a list of all rpms installed use:
rpm -q -a
To query a single package ( and get version info) use:
rpm -q package name
the package name is the name WITHOUT the version number for exmple to query the presence of mysql-server-3.23.58-16.FC3.1 use
rpm -q mysql-server
To get a list of the files provided by a package use:
rpm -q -l package name
to find out what package provides a particular file (very useful to find out what machine A has that provides a file Machine B needs but doesn't have )
rpm -q --whatprovides full path to file in question
To find where files are installed use:
rpm -ql package_name
use the package name without version number. This will list the path to the files installed by the package.
The actual rpm database is stored in /var/lib/rpm, but you should never have to work with these files.


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